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People from Seemandhra attend New Democracy meet on T

People from Seemandhra attend  New Democracy meet on T
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With hundreds of its members from Seemandhra region attending the public meeting on ‘Telangana State formation- Problems- Solution’, the CPI (ML) New Democracy (Suryam) presented a rare example of unvarying stand over the issue. The public meeting at Sundarrayya Vignana Kendram was attended by the leaders P Suryam, DV Krishna (both State secretariat members), Vemulapalli Venkatramaiah, P Ranga Rao, J V Chalapathi Rao among the prominent leaders.

Hyderabad: With hundreds of its members from Seemandhra region attending the public meeting on ‘Telangana State formation- Problems- Solution’, the CPI (ML) New Democracy (Suryam) presented a rare example of unvarying stand over the issue. The public meeting at Sundarrayya Vignana Kendram was attended by the leaders P Suryam, DV Krishna (both State secretariat members), Vemulapalli Venkatramaiah, P Ranga Rao, J V Chalapathi Rao among the prominent leaders.
Speaking on the occasion, P Suryam brushed aside the rumours that the party was at odds with Telangana JAC. He said that there were no differences with the JAC, it was only because the leaders were engaged somewhere some of the meetings were missed. “This does not mean that we left JAC. We were part of it and are continuing with the body”, he emphasised.
He questioned the logic behind Chief Minister’s reiteration for finding a solution over sharing various resources. “How can there be a solution, before bifurcation?”, he questioned. Demanding the Congress for immediately placing the T bill, Suryam felt that the delay was increasing the anxiety levels of the both regions. Extending support for the all the Seemandhra people residing in the city, he said that the only thing they would be losing is the authority to rule.
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